Bengaluru, India (City Transport Information): Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai in his state price range speech on March 4, 2022 introduced a brand new metro line from Sarjapur to Hebbal underneath Section III of the Bangalore Metro Rail Venture. The estimated challenge price of the 37-km-long line passing via Agra, Koramangala and Dairy circles is Rs 15,000 crore.
Motion can be taken to arrange the detailed challenge report in 2022-23. This line had by no means come up for critical dialogue within the final 5 years. The state price range additionally mentions the Section III challenge of Namma Metro with an estimated price of Rs 11,250 crore. This features a 32 km outer ring highway from Hebbal to JP Nagar and a separate 13 km line alongside Magadi Highway,” Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai mentioned.
Anjum Parvez, managing director, Bangalore Metro Rail Company Ltd. mentioned, “The proposed metro line will cowl a number of areas within the central enterprise district as effectively. Round 16.80 km from Koramangala to Hebbal can be underground.” He mentioned it might cowl many necessary locations. Like Bellandur, Agra, St John’s Hospital, NIMHANS, Central School, Cunningham Highway, Mekhri Circle and others.
The proposed line will join Hebbal to Sarjapur with 29 metro stations at Hebbal, Veterinary School, Gangenahalli, Macari Circle, Palace, Guttahalli, Cunningham Highway, Basaveshwara Circle, Central School, City Corridor, Wilson Backyard, NIMHANS, Dairy Circle, Suduguntepalya Koraman. St John’s Hospital, Gala, Jakkasandra, Agra, Ibbalur, Bellandur Gate, Kaikondrahalli, Doddakanalli Gate, Carmelaram, Ambedkar Nagar, Kodati, Sulikunte, Muthanallur Cross, Dommasandra Circle, Somapura and Sarjapur.
The State Authorities has introduced that the Detailed Venture Report (DPR) for Section III of Bangalore Metro can be submitted to the Central Authorities for approval. Two new traces have been proposed underneath Section 3: one that can join JP Nagar to Hebbal, protecting a distance of 13 km, and the opposite from Hosahalli to Kadabagere. The full price of the challenge has been estimated at Rs 11,250 crore.
On the standing of ongoing metro tasks (underneath part 2 and part 2A and part 2B), the price range states that by the following monetary yr, 33 km of under-construction metro line can be operationalized. “BMRCL is considering to open a piece on the Yellow Line from Bommasandra to Central Silk Board by the following monetary yr. For this a depot can be made operational close to Digital Metropolis. Different stretches to be commissioned throughout the identical interval are Baiyappanahalli-Whitefield on the Purple Line and from Nagasandra to Madavara on Tumakuru Highway, he mentioned.
“The RV Highway to Central Silk Board stretch, which is a part of the Yellow Line, can be opened at a later stage because the Metro-cum-Rail flyover work will take longer to finish,” he mentioned.
The Chief Minister mentioned that the 58 km lengthy metro line from Central Silk Board to Kempegowda Worldwide Airport (KIA) could be accomplished by March 2025.
The price range additionally states that the 148-km-long suburban metro line within the metropolis can be accomplished by 2026. In his speech, the Chief Minister mentioned that the civil work from Baiyappanahalli to Chikkabanavara would begin quickly. Rail Infrastructure Improvement Firm (Karnataka) Restricted (Ok-RIDE), the implementing company, has already floated tenders for this hall.